10 Best Seattle Hardware Stores

  • 10210 16th Ave SW, Seattle
    Carly Canter - They always have what you're looking for and more!
    Meredith Fife - We love this place--they have everything! The employees are so enthusiastic and excited to help you. We get all our grilling, gardening and hardware supplies here.
    Marston Gould - Having used the three big brands (Home Depot, Lowes, Ace), I would have to say that McLendons is the only one where customer service is still number one. Everyone is very friendly. Prices are not outrageous. Staff will take the time to help you when you really need it. I've been rooked too many times by the big 3. I've never had anything but a good experience with McL
  • 4214 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle
    Laura - If you're looking for that ever-so-unique finish (e.g. special door knob) you have got to check these guys out.
    Ron Zanetti - Great store with so many things! Good quality
    Neil Wechsler - Shopping at Hardwicks is an experience that one should not miss. Besides the experience they have a very large inventory of hardware.
  • 9000 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle
    Bevin B. Cooper Farkas - I like supporting ACE Hardware in Maple Leaf. My husband always goes to Home Depot becuase it's cheaper, but I like supporting this neighborhood hardware store and the customer service is always superlative. Whether you need paint, batteries, garden soil, some rope or a bar of soap, ACE is the PLACE!
    Vanessa - Amazing place to solve all hardware needs! Knowledgeable staff and family owned.
  • 7707 SE 27th St, Mercer Island
    Amy Posner Wolff - The staff at Mercer Island True Value is very helpful and nice. It has been locally owned for years. I love shopping when the store dog is on shift.
    Shannon Savage - We love MI's True Value--whatever you need for home and garden, they always seem to have it. Knowledgeable and efficient staff with a convenient location just off I-90.
  • 1417 12th Ave, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    Travis Ritter - Conveniently located in the heart of Capitol Hill, Pacific Supply has come to my rescue numerous times with many home projects I have taken on over the years. The selection obviously isn't as large as what you'd find at a big box hardware store, but usually has what you need, including quality tools, a great paint selection, all types of lighting and bulbs, different types of wood, all sorts of plumbing fixtures, and all the other screws, nails, nuts and bolts you need to complete any building project or home repairs. The staff is friendly and always available-- plus, you don't have to aimlessly walk all around the store just to find someone for assistance (unlike those big box stores, who are helpful about 25% of the time).
  • 7201 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle
    Steven Chayer - The store is very well stocked with a wide array of hardware products. The sales staff is super friendly and knowledgeable. We've been doing business with them for 30 years and they are consistently excellent.
  • Laura - Don't have a tool, come on over. Check out their digital tool library to see what they have and its availability before popping on over. The volunteers are also great if you need someone to run through how best to tackle a project.
  • 520 S Front St, Seattle • Georgetown
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